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Remarks on the voyages of John Meares in a letter to that gentleman.

George Dixon

Remarks on the voyages of John Meares in a letter to that gentleman.

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[George Dixon]. The Dixon-Meares controversy, containing, Remarks on the Voyages of John Meares, by George Dixon, An answer to Mr. George Dixon, by John Meares, and Further remarks on the Voyages of John Meares, by George Dixon; edited by F. Howay The Ryerson Press; L. Carrier & Co Toronto, New York [etc.] Australian/Harvard Citation.

“AN IMPORTANT LINK IN THE CHAIN OF AMERICAN DISCOVERY”: MEARES’ VOYAGES,DETAILING THE EVENTS WHICH LED TO THE END OF SPANISH CLAIMS ON NORTHWEST AMERICA MEARES, John. Voyages Made in the Years andFrom China to the N.

Coast of America: with an Introductory Narrative of a Voyage Performed infrom Bengal, in the Ship. Author of Voyages Made in the Years andfrom China to the North West Coast of America.

to Which Are Prefixed, an Introductory Narrative of a Voyage infrom Bengal, Observations on the Probable Existence of a North West Passage, The Memorial of Lt.

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Meares's book, Voyages Made in the Years andfrom China to the Northwest Coast of America was published in November It was immediately attacked by George Dixon and others for the apparent exaggeration of its author's activities on the American coast his achievements as both a trader and explorer.

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Remarks on the Voyage of John Meares, Esq., in a letter to that gentleman by George Dixon, late Commander of the Queen Charlotte in a Voyage round the World. Dixon, George: Opening salvo of Dixon-Meares Controversy $ 8, - $ 12, Publication date Note Title vignette (map); at head of text and at end 2 drawings by Valenti Angelo; initials.

Colophon: In this printing of Amerigo Vespucci's letter to Piero Soderini, gonfaloniere of the Republic of Florence, (finished at Lisbon on the 4 day of September, ), the text followed is a literal translation of the original Italian edition, published by Pietro Pacini di.

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